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Tasmania or Van Diemens Land [cartographic material] / drawn & engraved by Alexr. Findlay
Bib ID 3766317
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Findlay, Alexander George
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale 1:3,270,194 
Description London ; Cheapside : Published by T. Tegg, [1843] 
1 map : col. ; 25.2 x 20.4 cm. 
Biography/History

Alexander George Findlay, 1812-1875, was the son of Alexander Findlay (1790-1870) who also worked in London as an engraver. A.G. Findlay was a geographer and engraver, who also published maps on his own account. He took over the Laurie and Whittle business in the late 1850's.

Notes

Topographical map of Tasmania showing 11 counties established for this Colony.

At top right of sheet: 24.

Prime meridian: Greenwich.

Map [23] on p. 24 from: Modern atlas. London : T. Tegg, 1843.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-232402986

Subjects Counties -- Tasmania -- Maps.  |  Tasmania -- Discovery and exploration -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1843 

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